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Afro-Arab Relations in Retrospect How we got to today’s situationAfro-Arab Relations in Retrospect How we got to today’s situation
Extracted from ‘The Arabs and Africa’ edited by Khair El-Din Haseb; published in 1984 by Croom Helm, London, for the Centre for Arab Unity Studies, Beirut, Lebanon Being the proceedings of a seminar co-sponsored by the Arab Thought Forum
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The 1930s Disturbances: Impact and ConsequencesThe 1930s Disturbances: Impact and Consequences
The factors that contributed to the disturbances may be divided into political, economic and social
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Citation: Alex C. Castles and Michael C. Harris, Lawmakers and Wayward Whigs: Government and Law in South Australia, 1836–1986, (Adelaide: Wakefield Press, 1987), pp. 1-28 1 The Aboriginals and their LawCitation: Alex C. Castles and Michael C. Harris, Lawmakers and Wayward Whigs: Government and Law in South Australia, 1836–1986, (Adelaide: Wakefield Press, 1987), pp. 1-28 1 The Aboriginals and their Law
D but the English Government, and afterwards the colonial authorities, assumed jurisdiction over them as if they were strangers who had immigrated into British territory, and punished them for disobeying laws which they could hardly
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Subject: Indentured Servants and SlavesSubject: Indentured Servants and Slaves
Students will examine and compare the lives of slaves and indentured servants using primary sources and the historical fiction books, Molly Bannaky and Barefoot
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African indigenous land rights in a private ownership paradigmAfrican indigenous land rights in a private ownership paradigm
Constitution's commitment to basic human rights and equality. A rights based approach was proposed for this one that also recognises the de facto rights in la
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